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Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

It took until 3:22 left in the fourth quarter for the LA Clippers to get their first lead in the second half against the Toronto Raptors, who led by as many as 13 points tonight. But once the Clippers got the lead, they did not relinquish it. A clutch three by returning rookie Milos Teodosic, as well as 17 rebounds from DeAndre Jordan and a 22-5 advantage on second chance points, allowed the Clippers to pull an upset and beat the Raptors 96-91 to snap Toronto's win streak at six games.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Portland's Dame Lillard doing his best to single-handedly steal this game. He has 39 points with 4:22 left in the contest. Golden State leads 103-95.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Montrezl Harrell blocked a DeMar DeRozan floater out of bounds, but came down wrong and appeared to hurt his leg. He was down for a few moments, but is up and shaking it off. A break for a Clippers team that could use it.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors say Nick Young suffered a concussion and will not return to tonight's game against Trail Blazers. He will enter the concussion protocol.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Young, who took a shot to the head by an inadvertent clash with teammate Jordan Bell, has gone to the locker room with team trainer.

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Monday marked the first time that Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis were the top 2 scorers in a game for the Bulls. (Via Elias Sports Bureau)

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The Bulls defeated the Celtics, 108-85 tonight. Via Elias Sports Bureau: This is the first time in NBA history that a team that entered with a winning percentage of .200 or less won by at least 20 points against a team with a winning percentage of .800 or better (minimum 25 games into the season).

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Rockets are 21-4 this season, last time the Rockets won more games in the team's first 25 games of a season was 1993-94 (22 wins). That was also the season of the Rockets' first NBA Championship (they won back to back in 1993-94 and 1994-95).

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

The New Orleans Pelicans had a 101-88 lead over the Houston Rockets with 2:49 left to play in the third quarter. From that point until the end of the game, the Pelicans were outscored 28-22 by the duo of James Harden and Chris Paul, and the Rockets won 130-123 to improve to an NBA-best 21-4.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George on where the Thunder stand 26 games in: "We can say we're going to figure it out, we can say all that, but at some point it's got to stop."

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Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

It's Star Wars night at STAPLES Center. Which means the first 10,000 fans get a Milos Teodosic Jedi Knight bobblehead.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Another completely head-scratching loss for the Thunder, who fall on their home floor to the struggling Hornets, 116-103. It was a chance for OKC to get back to .500 before they head out on a three-game road trip, with Paul George returning to Indiana and Carmelo Anthony to New York, except they either overlooked Charlotte, or... something else.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

That's three wins in a row for the Bulls after a 108-85 victory over the Boston Celtics. Niko Mirotic and Bobby Portis combined for 47 points and 12 rebounds. David Nwaba had another nice game with 13 points and six rebounds off the bench.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Since the Westbrook coast-to-coast dunk that tied the game, the Hornets went on a 22-2 run to open up a 20-point lead.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

What seemed like it would be a big spark for OKC, was not. Russell Westbrook went coast-to-coast and threw down a vicious dunk, but the Hornets responded with an 8-0 run. Still: The dunk was very good.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Kris Dunn just made a nice block on one end and knocked in two more points on the other end. He's really coming along nicely in the last couple weeks. Bulls have to be pleased with his progress.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Milos Teodosic will start tonight and play limited minutes. It is his first game action since injuring his foot on October 21.